Used by Jim Metcalf train The night begins Glasgow For 15 years, he has never experienced anything like what happened to him last July 20. He arrived at night without any problems, settled into his bunk and went to sleep, confident that he would wake up where he was supposed to go as usual. Instead, when the alarm went off, he saw a surprise when he lifted the window screen. The train never left Glasgow. “He stayed up all night and at 5.30am they woke us up in the wrong city,” he said in a Twitter post.
@callsleeper In 15 years of using this train, through many strange twists and turns, it must be even stranger. Wake up, the train hasn’t left Glasgow. It sat here all night and now we are dumped in the wrong city at 5.30am. pic.twitter.com/MZyRwm9C7E
— Jim Metcalfe (@jim_metcalfe) July 20, 2022
He sleeps on the train but never leaves the station
The train is called the Cal Sleeper and connects London to many cities in Scotland, including Glasgow. It is one of only two night services still active in England. Cal Sleeper tweeted, service ended last night, let people get on the train, got them on board overnight. They let everyone come in and sleep and they left us here,” Jim said. “I travel for work and it’s hard for me to even find the words to comment on what happened,” he added.
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The company later apologized for the inconvenience caused to passengers: “We apologize for the inconvenience caused due to the failure detected on the track late in the evening, which caused problems on the network and was associated with extreme temperatures beyond our control. . We have made every effort to support affected guests, including overnight accommodation and an alternative train the next day.” Services include travel options.All guests receive a full refund ».
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